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Nov 6, 2012 8:00pm PST
on the left of the senate replacing scott brown who was one of the few moderates left there and you are -- we'll also watch what happens in wisconsin, tammy baldwin looking very strong tonight. we haven't called it yet out there but she is another one who would be over there on the left side of the senate so in both cases, house and senate, we are looking at the majorities remaining the same and the ideological differences between perhaps even starker than they were in the last one. >> the story in the senate. let's go back to gary langer to get more into the economy and what we're seeing in the exit polls and one thing we're seeing, gary langer, is one of the things boosting president obama right now is the fact that most americans or a majority of americans still blame president george w. bush for the economic woes they face right now. >> you know, it's remarkable, george. three years and ten months into the obama presidency, a majority of voters, in fact by a 15-point marriagen voters blame george w. bush, not barack obama for the current state of the economy and those voters are overwhelm
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